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Thinking ahead here since we're floating on dryland at the moment....
We've been boating with baby boats (18-20 footers) for years -- like 15

Obviously, handling a twin engine 30 footer is going to be a bit of an adjustment. What's the best way to avoid the g--dammits and keep other people from jumping overboard when they see us coming?
 

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QUOTE(super7 @ Jun 25 2003, 12:42 PM)Oh and while your doing it don't make it "work" relax and have fun thats what its all about


Have you narrowed your seach down yet?? confusing aint it


Cheers
Tony
That's my kind of philosophy. I'm all about the fun, baby


We've narrowed it down to around 30', mid 1990's at least a 10' beam... most likely will be a Sundancer, but we don't want to limit ourselves too much if something that suits us better comes up... One thing I learned from y'all is there is a lot to take into consideration.

Too bad Tiara's are so pricey. I'm ga ga for the 3100 Open.
 

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QUOTE(Advantage_Rob @ Jun 25 2003, 03:50 PM)Just keep these words in mind: NEUTRAL IS YOUR FRIEND
Funny, with the i/o and the boat lift, neutral felt more like the enemy. This will be a switch.

Now, if the boat fairy would just grant my wish, we'd be out there right now
 
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